No Love For Foles In Rankings

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National love has been hard to come by for Nick Foles of late.

Mike Sando of ESPN.com polled a group of 26 insiders — including eight general managers and a pair of head coaches — to grade each projected starting quarterback on a 1-5 scale and break the quarterbacks into tiers. Foles received an average grade of 2.56 and fell into Tier 2.

Foles just made the bottom of the second tier, even though three evaluators put him in the fourth tier, including one GM who called him “a four who played like a two” last season.




Another GM boldly placed Foles in the first tier based on what he saw last season. He kept Foles there upon additional reflection, but his was an outlying view.

Most wanted to see more. We've seen Matt Cassel and other QBs flash for a season or two before fading away. Still, the evaluators most familiar with Foles liked his future. When asked about the Cassel comparison, they thought Foles had a much better arm. But others wondered if part of one season wasn't enough to go on. "Foles could be like a Kerry Collins or Jake Delhomme, a three who plays like a two or four," one evaluator said.

Foles came in as the 15th ranked quarterback overall. The 14 in front of him?

T1) Tom Brady
T1) Peyton Manning
T1) Aaron Rodgers 
T1) Drew Brees
5) Andrew Luck
6) Philip Rivers
7) Ben Roethlisberger
T8) Tony Romo
T8) Matt Ryan
T8) Russell Wilson
T8) Eli Manning
12) Joe Flacco
13) Matthew Stafford
14) Colin Kaepernick 

Pete Prisco of CBS Sports recently named Foles the most overrated player on the Eagles. It comes as no surprise, then, that he left the QB off his recently-released list of the top 100 players in the NFL. The quarterbacks he put in his 100 include Manning, Rodgers, Brady, Brees, Roethlisberger, Ryan, Rivers, Luck, Cam Newton, Romo, Wilson and Kaepernick.

Eagles that did make the list were: LeSean McCoy (ninth), Jason Peters (38th) and Evan Mathis (48). Jason Kelce made it into the "Just Missed" category. Foles' name didn't appear there either.

Lists have little value (other than creating some entertaining national writer-local writer beefs), but some fodder anyway as we count down to training camp.

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  • JosephR2225

    “You don’t know anything about overrated. Spend some time with @SheilKapadia. Learn the game.”
    -Pete Prisco

    • myeaglescantwin

      Pete Prisco.. again, when has he brought ANYTHING to the table , his family must be starving

  • NickS1

    Hope he makes all the haters eat their words…..again.

  • Eagledelphia

    Well we’ve already discovered Prisco has no clue what he is talking about when it comes to the Eagles but that McCoy ranking is spot on

    • NickS1

      I thought McCoy was screwed over by about 8 spots

  • Chris

    Who wants to bet that the GM calling him a “two who played like a four” is Jerry, still salty about week 17?

    • NickS1

      Him or Banner. I can see Banner just saying it out of spite.

      • Bert’s Bells

        Banner would be “former GM”.

        • NickS1

          Weird, I didn’t see the designation of “current GMs” in the article to rule out GMs recently relieved of their duties.

          • Bert’s Bells

            Maybe it was Al Davis.

          • NickS1

            That’s a logical choice. Definitely rolled over in his grave after that 7TD game and now refuses to give credit where it’s due.

    • Andy

      Foles & Co will have plenty of opportunities to show Jerry what’s up in the next several years.

    • dnabrice

      Jeruh’s confident that the real Foles is who showed up in that first game, it’s true, Foles couldn’t hit the broad side of a barn after that early hit he took. (Also meant he couldn’t be intercepted either…) Jeruh doesn’t realized he was playing concussed.

  • jpate

    Poor Foles, he gets rated second tier by one group of morons and then labeled overrated by the king of morons. Can’t catch a break I tell ya

  • Eagledelphia

    I want nothing more than Foles to throw for 7 tds again on MNF against the Colts and go all Richard Sherman on the national media “this is what happens when you rank me lower than a sorry qb like Joe Flacco”

    • http://www.idonthaveawebsite.com theedevilsadvocate

      or even worse TONY ROMO! c’mon man tony romo ahead in rankings of foles… all they do is hate, hate, hate, hate.

      • Bird of Prey

        We’re looking at Pete Prisco’s article for crying out loud. If Foles has another great year, He’ll have amnesia and write an article on how he came out of nowhere. I want to see how he plays next year as well, but I’m not discounting what the defensive coordinators will have put together after all of the tape and not having Jackson in the mix. What also crack me up about the “List” is the defense that most of the QBs there have to prop them up, that matters more than you think. Look at Flacco and Rothlisberger last year playing on the long field instead of the short one. Not too pretty and the Eagles D was not the best last year. SO we supposedly have a better D this year, so that will make it easier on Foles as well.

        • myeaglescantwin

          Prisco is a no talent ass clown with guesstimations and opinions that don’t matter. His articles aren’t worth the electricity bill to light your screen.

    • 1sttimeLongTime

      hey idiot.. Flacco is a super bowl MVP have some respected! Hes beaten Brady and Manning on the road in playoffs… Please dont use the term sorry when talking about greatness you incest loving pig

      • NickS1

        Sorry, but no one can “respected” what you’re saying when you’re hurling 6th grade insults. Flacco went on the best 4 game run of his career in the playoffs, and is otherwise pedestrian. Most of those playoff wins are courtesy of a top 5 D.

        • myeaglescantwin

          Ray Lewis willed them to a title.
          It was his leadership, not Flacco’s arm.

          • NickS1

            Haha I agree to a point. As much as I can’t stand Flacco, can’t argue with what he did in that 4 game stretch.

      • Amar

        Hurling personal insults for a hypothetical scenario ?…you need help.

      • JosephR2225

        Don’t even dignify this with a responded.

        • Eagles1018

          With a responded…nice touch

      • Richard Colton

        You’re out of line Donnie. But I see you upvoted your own post, so there’s that.

        • cliff henny

          least have the decency to log out and upvote as a guest like all the other trolls. geeze, maybe he meant first time as in logging onto internet

          • Richard Colton

            heard that was the real reason they banned GEAGLE

          • cliff henny

            you ever read tommy’s site? dude has hijacked the comment section.

          • Richard Colton

            I’ve come around on Igglezblitz. there’s one or two people I just can’t stand over there.

      • myeaglescantwin

        you’re out of your mind.

        greatness??

      • cliff henny

        if the pig is wearing lipstick, heard it’s ok. no? upvote for hostility

        • Richard Colton

          started with “hey idiot” ended with “incest loving pig” – thats coming out guns blazing. I don’t think Joe Flacco cares about Joe Flacco that much.

          • cliff henny

            definitely has listen to way too much sports talk radio. started off with Eskin and ended with Cataldi…not a good combo.

          • Richard Colton

            Eskin’s the king! Show some respected.

          • NickS1

            “R-E-S-P-E-C-T-E-D, find out what it means to me!”

          • dnabrice

            Negadelphia right there. Eskin’s actually come around in recent years compared to what he used to be like, but Cataldi with his anti USA WC rants has just about alienated me for good. The one year Pat Croce’s positive energy overtook the media’s negative energy, the Sixers went to the Finals. It’s a pity Snider couldn’t deal with his clout.

            I think Chip’s bringing positive energy to the Eagles, and that’s a big reason this team will continue to do well. Look at what Pete Carrol’s positive energy is doing out in Seattle. If you think you might fail, you will.

            We Philadelphians have lost year after year for the past 25 years. (Thank you Phillies for a break.) Our sports futility will continue as we continue to be negative.

            Yes, you need talent and good coaching to win championships, but psychology has a lot to do with it too.

      • devCal

        that was great!

      • Eagledelphia

        Greatness? Flacco? Wasn’t even great in College couldn’t start ahead of gridiron legend…Tyler Palko

    • dnabrice

      I would rather him go Richard Sherman on Richard Sherman, after an Eagles whooping of the Seahawks.

    • Mark Make’s Itup

      As long as he doesn’t go all Richard Simmons !

  • Phil

    If I’m not mistaken this is comming from the same morons that said Chip Kellys offense won’t work in the NFL.

  • Bert’s Bells

    It’s fair to have a “wait and see” attitude towards Foles. I think he’s the real deal, but can absolutely understand wanting a larger body of evidence to go on.

    • JosephR2225

      I think that wait-and-see approach is everybody’s perspective, even most Eagles fans. That’s what makes the “overrated” label so stupid. He is one of the very few NFL players actually appropriately rated.

  • ICDogg

    Let ‘em write what they want, there’s a reason they actually play the games.

  • Scott J

    These “experts” were the same ones who said Kelly and his college offense would fail in the NFL.

    • cliff henny

      they are just looking at it differently than we eagles fan do. all of us admit it a small sample size, but it’s a pretty badazz sample size though. these lists are rank confidence level in ’14, doesn’t take into account money, severity of contract (like Romo I wouldn’t take if you held gun to my head) , age or upside over time (Stafford is another guy you couldn’t get me to take)

      • Amar

        Isn’t it funny how RG (-3) is not even mentioned in these young QB lists anymore.

        • Richard Colton

          His reconstructed knee is at least 40, depending on the cadaver

          • cliff henny

            hope it’s the same guy Jerry Jones is taking parts from to stay alive. whoever that poor soul was, he’s kicking out parts worse than a junkyard

          • Richard Colton

            you see they traded for Rolando McClain? 1st round bust, 2X retired, work ethic in practice to make AI blush…that Rolando McClain?

          • OldDocRoss

            Turns out they might give up nothing if Rolando doesn’t make the 53 which makes the story about 20% less hilarious, but still very funny.

            How many times has Vince Young retired? They could try and tempt his local McDonald’s to let him come back to the NFL in exchange for a conditional 5th.

          • Richard Colton

            Damn it Doc. I’ll just go check out bloggingtheboys to get my 20% back.

          • http://www.corcommunity.com/ theycallmerob

            I pray to baby jeebus he makes the team. Flashes in camp, Jerry signs long-term, than quits the first time Shady sprains his ankle in-game. Forget about the draft picks; I just want that cancer in their locker room!

          • NickS1

            No cadavers in RG3s knees. Next time will be, though, as his most recent (2nd) tear used a graft from his opposite knee.

  • hrtak

    Im okay with it – fly under the radar and surprise all that idiots, than have dreamteam expectations and than suck

    • http://www.idonthaveawebsite.com theedevilsadvocate

      yea i feel the same exact way.

    • dnabrice

      One bad game and the national media will jump all over him. He will
      probably have several this year considering the defenses he’s playing. Important not to jump to conclusions.

  • mtn_green

    Oddly enough Foles rankings would be much higher if the ST and defense had held on to win the NO playoff.
    He’d be the comeback kid.

    • NickS1

      But that sack!

      • mtn_green

        Still came from behind in fourth. Left with lead.

        • NickS1

          I was being facetious. Too many people act like that was the single play that blew the game for us.

    • sprawl

      Or Riley Cooper could’ve made one easy catch for a 1st down conversion… we had that game.

      What a first season for Chip!

  • cliff henny

    rather see ranking of who you’d start as your franchise QB-bet your next 5 yrs of paychecks against. bet Foles is a lot higher on that list. aint no one in their right mind taking FOles much past 4 or 5. I might only take Luck and Rodgers.

    • willissez

      Love the sentiment here, I’d consider Wilson as well. He might be the best qb around in terms of maximizing potential in Chip’s system

      • NickS1

        Ooo, Wilson is fast, too. Perfect for Chip’s system.

        • Andy124

          I laugh, but I do like Wilson.

  • Jonathan R. Henry

    Whom on that list would Foles replace, Eli and Romo’s sorry seasons notwithstanding?

    • cliff henny

      Stafford is not good, Ryans is seriously over-rated with those WRs, big ben is getting long in tooth and not nearly as mobile as he was. in 2 yrs, Peyton Brees and Brady are 40! rivers sucked for about 3 yrs and had 1 good season. so sucking but having not as good as a season as our guy, makes him better? I wouldn’t want Rivers either. Kaep, maybe, but if that GB corners holds onto that easy pick, his off-season is totally different. that was a horrible throw.

  • Eagles1018

    I sincerely hope that nfl teams read these disparaging remarks about Foles and his accomplishments/potential…then don’t pay any attention to the Eagles passing game. That would be perfect

  • Eagles1018

    Honest the QBs ranked higher than Foles I’d take all of them in line with Foles. I’d take some of them over Foles. So I have no problems with him coming in after those guys. Except maybe Eli. He’s too up and down. I know some of those INTs weren’t his fault last season but some of them were just poor reads. He sucked last year. And Romo. Not even a divisional hate thing I just don’t think those guys are consistent enough. Even Stafford sort of teeters on being slightly below Foles IMO.

    • NickS1

      For me, Foles is right in the crowd with T8 – 14.

    • Amar

      Frankly, I would like to see how Russell Wilson and Kaep do when the defense isn’t bringing the hammer on the opposing teams. We saw that with Andrew Luck, he did Okay. Not spectacular as Brady or Manning, but still OK.
      Alex Smith took the same 9er team to the NFC championship game and was one Kyle Williams (hope it got that name right) KR fumble away from winning it.

      • John E. Zang

        Exactly. I think Kaepernick is way overrated and will never develop past what he is. A one read running QB that will never mature that lets nonsense get the best of him. He’s not a leader, acts like a tool and will take his days in the league for granted. Once that defense takes a step back I don’t see him being able to sustain the team. I believe the 9ers window is closing sooner rather than later and seems like there’s a bit of turmoil already.

  • KP

    Hey, as long as he’s on our side, who cares about these mindless lists? All Chip, Foles and Co. have done is prove the doubters wrong and I don’t see that stopping any time soon

  • Token

    No love? Id say thats high praise for a guy who had one good year. They gave him a average grade and put him into the 2nd tier.

    • Richard Colton

      and Foles doesn’t strike me as the kind of guy who needs poster-board material to motivate him anyway.

    • peteike

      ya after reading names ahead of him, it actually makes sense. At this stage anyway. You could argue a few of them but most have had longer sustained success or have a ring, which in the NFL is everything to most.

      • Eagles1018

        Ummm yeah a ring is everything. Is there a secret pact the Eagles and some exclusive fans have to never win a ring and just “be competitive”? If so let me know. MLS is getting big I can switch to that sport instead.

        • peteike

          always include a caveat for those who just argue or instigate. Also everything as in measuring a QBs play, not a teams success. Talk to Marino fans

          • Eagles1018

            Ah, got it. I know about the argue/instigate thing. I have friends who agree with you in private and argue in public as if to simply prove they can win an argument. Ridiculous

      • dnabrice

        We’ll talk after the season.

    • JofreyRice

      yep. I thought the guy was toast after that Dallas game. He didn’t look like he even belonged on an NFL field. Think a second tier ranking is just about right, considering the kind of #’s he put up after that, but I want to see another year of consistently high play.

  • myeaglescantwin

    How in the F is Flacco on this list .
    how is he above stafford and Kaep?? I’d love to be in their fantasy leagues?

    “with this first pick in the ‘KnowNothing’ fantasy draft, Shawn Alexander, RB. Seattle Seahawks.”

    • EaglefaninAZ

      First thing I thought. Wtf??

    • NickS1

      A ring? It makes sense. He beat Kaep’s team in the SB. And Stafford blows. In my opinion, I’d rank them similarly.

    • tomw

      SB ring I guess

    • JofreyRice

      I don’t think Flacco is a great “stats” QB, but his run in their SB year was fantastic; and he’s been good in the playoffs throughout his career. Besides the fact that he’s a top 3 arm talent in the league, as far as velocity, touch and anticipation, I think his playoff performance goes a long way.

      • Explorer51

        Actually Flacco was good in 2011 playoffs (his 4th yr), very good in Super Bowl winning run in 2012 (with a huge assist from Anquan Boldin). As a rookie and 2nd yr guy he was dreadful in the playoffs, third year in 2010 had a good game against KC, bad loss against Steelers. He did win a Super Bowl but was that a career run? He looked lost in 2013.

        • JofreyRice

          By the numbers, he wasn’t just “very good” in the playoffs, he was ridiculous. And there were plenty of big catches from people not named Anquan Boldin. The one that always sticks out to me is the backshoulder fade he threw to Pitta from the shadow of his own goal. There are only about 2 or 3 guys in the league that are going to make that throw, and even Flacco, with that arm, isn’t going to make it all the time. I get that he looks like Burt and sort of seems dopey, but it all came together for him at exactly the right time to bring a championship to Baltimore, quite often in spite of the efforts of Ray Rice that year. I don’t know how one could downplay that–it’s the whole point of this thing.

  • willissez

    Keep this ish coming, national media. Fuel the fire with easy motivation.

  • CitizenCraig

    Ridiculous! I’m a Pats fan and I’m claiming Slick Nick will have a better year these “insiders” going to look foolish after this season.

  • Kev_H

    I don’t care about Foles national profile. When I was on his bandwagon in 2012 some of my league insiders told me he wasn’t even on some team’s draft boards. If that’s true, it will take awhile for these guys to update their assessments. I’m sure some of those who’ve been around and are calling Kerry Collins a 3 were on his bandwagon when he came out of college.

    • dnabrice

      Amazing that someone who impressed so much on a scouting visit (…not missing a single throw…) could be passed over by so many. Good thing that CK goes on so many visits, and good thing the Eagles drafted him last year. We’ll see how he does vs the “tough” defenses this year. If he plays well there’s no denying. If he does ok against the top defenses, would he still be considered top notch?

      • tomw

        Foles was drafted in 2012 . This will be his third year.

        • dnabrice

          True. I do know that. I promise.

  • daggolden

    Everyone in the NFL ranks him at the bottom of the 2nd tier.lol. I have never ever heard Fole ranked high in any NFL polls. By GMs or players hence the 15th QB in the top 100 as voted by the players. Only in Philly is he idolized. Don’t get mad it is what it is. He will have ample opportunity this year to start getting some respect. I think Barney Rubble throwing every 18 year old QB in his system and them excelling and dropping 50 points on every team they play. Like I stated before when Barney was in college he was asked if he would ever spend 20 million on a QB. He said “No”. I can make my system work with any QB. Time will tell.

    • dnabrice

      So are you saying Foles should be ranked high or not????

  • EaglefaninAZ

    I’m so hyped about this season now that nothing can bring me down. Here’s how the season shakes out here in Stevieland:
    Birds go undefeated in the division, and lose two games overall.
    Birds win the Superbowl.
    Foles tops all QB’s in Rating and TD’s.
    Shady wins Offensive POTY.
    The Boy King wins Defensive POTY (after being moved outside 4 games in because of injury).
    The Pope wins ROTY (and brings complete peace to the entire planet while doing it).
    The Defense finishes ranked 14th.
    Fully one third of the Eagle’s fan base will loudly lament the defense’s shoddy performance throughout the year.

    • All Things Bad@ss

      “and brings complete peace to the entire planet while doing it” haha … that seems like such an unrealistic, utopian plan, until you consider it’s J Matthews we’re talking about! Wouldn’t be surprised if he ripped open his jersey to reveal a big “S” and a cape tucked into the back of it.

    • botto

      the funniest thing about this is for all the great stuff that happens like winning the superbowl, etc. the defense ranks 14th!
      thats hilarious…. poor old D

  • sean

    Prisco is garbage. If Foles has another phenomenal season like last year he’ll be saying that he is a product of Chips system. I’d rather read the label on the back of a shampoo bottle than subject myself to the rubbish he writes.

    • phillyphanlvnv

      I guess Vick and Barkley aren’t though. Prisco is a total tool.

      • aub32

        Vick led the #2 offense in he league before his injury. I can’t really defend Barkley though.

    • Maggie

      Like Joe Montana was a product of Bill Walsh’s West Coast offense. You’re right. Just as foolish. Most of the time, the players MAKE the system, not the other way round. Any coach, including Chip, say it’s all blocking and tackling. And EXECUTION.

  • Maggie

    Except for Luck and Wilson, all the QBs in the so-called Top 15 have been playing for years. Again, except for Luck and Wilson, there are no newer QB’s on this list. Yes, repeating myself. Where is Cam Newton? Isn’t he supposed to be the next Big One? When did Rivers suddenly become great? The only one with a few years under his belt who is missing is Cutler. It’s as if the “knowledgeable” folks who made up this list are no different than the fans. They simply vote for names they recognize.

  • PhillySean

    Would much rather see the Eagles go into year 2 of Chip Kelly World facing loads of disrespect and carrying a chip on their shoulder than read some Dream Team garbage or that team is at a cross roads crap we used to get for about seven or eight straight years under Reid.

  • http://www.jhkayejr.com Joseph Kaye

    I’d put Foles at #6 on this list. I’d place him higher if I were to account for his age and the age of the other QBs on the list.

    • Dustan M. Howell

      LOL, above Big Ben who’s more mobile, has a stronger arm, and a better resume that includes several playoff runs ( three SB appearances ) and two SB rings ?

      • http://www.jhkayejr.com Joseph Kaye

        Yeah, I think that Foles was better than Roethlisberger last year, and I think he’ll be better than Roethlisberger this year, and next year too. If the NFL added a hassling 19 year old waitresses in the bathroom of a Cracker Barrel aspect to the game, I might take Ben, but aside from that, Foles is currently the better quarterback.

  • borntosuffer

    Let’s let Klinsmann rank the QB’s. In his rating, Brady = Donovan, etc. Foles would do much better.

  • anon

    I feel like this is a S&T need to pay their rent post and it’s super annoying. No Eagles fan won’t say Foles is the truth and despite the fact that he doesn’t even have a full season starting we’ve probably had 10,000 comments saying Foles is the truth.

    Looking at the list 8 of those QBs have SBs. What’s left are Rivers, Ryan, Romo, Luck, Kap, Stafford. Ryan has had 10+ wins/yr since he came in the league — no run game. Luck is the truth, even if he threw 8 picks last year in the playoffs (wins against Den, SEA, SF all w/out a run game, and throwing to a 42yr old receiver). Kap has been to the SB and the NFC champs — yes he has other things working but he’s produced since he got the starting job.

    Rivers has a resume, but Foles is more talented. Stafford is worse [period]. Give Foles some time.

    • aub32

      You think Foles is more talented than Rivers? Where exactly is Foles more talented? Both don’t have standout arms. Neither are fleet of foot. I’d say they are on the same level and would give the edge to Rivers based on his resume.

    • Dustan M. Howell

      How is Foles more talented than Rivers ? What talents does Foles have that Rivers doesn’t ? Rivers is more accurate, hast a stronger arm, a quicker releases, and his pocket presence is vastly superior. Stafford on the other hand, since people love bringing up Nick’s numbers, has passed for more yards per game, and more completions per game, than anyone in NFL history. Stafford’s arm-talent is also vastly superior to Foles.

      Foles was a product of Chips’s system and last year’s weak schedule.

  • ia

    I think ranking Luck so high is bad. He has not even backed it up with his numbers.
    So the rankings are pure bias.
    I understand that they still doubt Foles, but Luck still has not proven he is worthy his ranking.

    • Dreday410

      Andrew Luck (11 – 5)AFC West Champs – 3,822 yards – 23 TD’s – only 8 Int’s that’s good stats for season

      Now playoffs is pretty bad

      • aub32

        AFC South

    • anon

      Luck has no running game and 2 receivers – one of whom was out with a torn ACL half way through the season. He has to straight carry that team on his back. Foles is great but he’s got a TON of weapons an a coach that does everything to make things easy for his players.

      • Andy124

        Yup. As much as I’m a stats guy, you absolutely have to account for circumstances too, and Luck’s situation looks pretty rough from this perspective.

        I do disagree that Foles has a TON of weapons though. Based off last year, the only guys I’d have really called “weapons” were Jaccson, Cooper, McCoy, Celek and Ertz. I’m not looking up their weights, but a good enough estimation would be
        165+220+200+260+250 = 1095lbs.

        That’s barely more than half-a-ton of weapons. :)

  • Dreday410

    Foles never gets love Foles was ranked 70th in NFL out of 100
    BUT like Dan Marino said if Andrew Luck had Foles numbers (27-2) ratio he would be number 3 on this list

  • OMGitsWes

    Tony Romo at 8? this is a freaking joke – does 27/2 mean anything to anyone?

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  • Dustan M. Howell

    So ESPN thinks that Foles is better than Cam Newton ? LOL, okay. Anybody who would take Foles in favor Newton needs to check themselves into a hospital.

  • ACKID38

    Let them all say what they want. Putting Foles at 15 is an honor after only 2 PT seasons. He still has to prove he can do this year after year. Yet another reason why i don’t understand why Wilson is so high on this list. Everyone with a brain knows the defense won that superbowl.

    Romo? Whatever. Foles don’t care about no list. All he needs to do is go out and play. I think he did well in 2012. not his fault the oline was injured and the rest of the group threw in the towel. He still put up better numbers than vick.

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    Hello to the viewers on this site my name is Mary Cranor i was married to one Mr David Cranor we live and love each other so much am 52 years of age now and we both have 3 grow up children i and my husband love and care for each our marriage last for 31 years so few years back my husband traveled to Europe for business he spent about 6 months there coming home he came with a young lady which i was not comfortable with i tried all my best and at the end my husband was able to send this lady out of the house and she return to Europe we love our selves again just as before,but after few years we have been together again an old friend of of main who traveled to another country Later came back to America he has been a good friend to me and my first lover during our high school days he invite me for denier but i refuse he begged me because it has been long we have meet each other we only chart on Facebook and Skype so granted his invitation this happened on the Christmas night December 24 2013 i went out with him hopefully i will come home that same day i know i was very wrong so getting there i spend lot of time with him and i spend the night with him in a hotel room it was all an incident and i was very assumed of my self when i discovered what i did,but the most painful part of it was my husband friend saw me with this man which i did not even know he went and tell my husband all that happened,when i got home the next day my husband sent me picking my stuff he said is over that he needs a divorce i was heart broken i don’t know what to do i love my husband so much and for the sake of my children i can’t let go just like that,i share my problem with my a friend of my we work in the same company he introduce me to a powerful spell caster who also help her in her own time of need his name is DOCTOR BRAVE he help me cast a spell and my husband later came back to me begging me to come back home that was how the great powerful spell caster helped me in fixing back my marriage and getting the man i love back to me am very grateful to him my husband return back to me after seven days the incident occurred,are passing through problem in your marriage or relationship? the answer is here Dr.Brave is here to help you too just as he have helped me contact him now with this bravespellcaster@gmail.com …So, i will advice you out there to kindly visit the same website http://bravespellcaster.yolasite.com, Thanks.